KPMG signs new lease at Liverpool Waters

Accountancy giant KPMG is extending its occupancy at Princes Dock in Liverpool Waters by another five years. Tony McDonough reports

No 8 Princes Dock, part of the Liverpool Waters development


KPMG has signed up for another five years at Princes Dock in Liverpool Waters.

Currently occupying 6,000 sq ft, the accountancy giant has been based at the waterfront location since 1997. It has also invested in a new fit-out of its office accommodation to meet its net zero targets.

KPMG’s new refit includes new spaces for collaboration to support hybrid working, client facilities and a refreshed interior to complement the office’s views of the River Mersey.

From 2023 the commercial buildings at Princes Dock will also be connected to Liverpool Water’s District Heat Network. This will provide low carbon, cost effective heat and power.

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Jennifer Lee, office senior partner for KPMG in Liverpool, said: “Investing in both our talent and offices reflects our long-term commitment to the Liverpool city region. We are passionate about this city and providing exceptional service to the region’s expansive business community.

“A revamped office space will help us to attract, retain and develop the best talent. As well as a raft of internal promotions following a successful external recruitment drive, we’re growing our teams at all levels and are keen to continue to grow.

“We want to attract the best talent in the market and are looking for people who share our vision and values.”

Liza Marco, assets manager at Peel L&P, added: “Our customers are demanding quality sustainable working environments for their staff in the context of a more flexible hybrid approach to working.

“Staff productivity, creativity and wellbeing are high on the agenda, with organisations looking for not just the right office and fit-out, but the right place for their staff.”

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